Uber facing possible executive shakeup after report

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We are back with our big board. Rebecca Jarvis, fresh back from Sweden. You were sending all pose pictures. We'll start with what could be a major shake-up at Uber. The ride hailing giant reportedly considering a forced leave of absence to its CEO Travis kalanick after the company's reputation faced a series of recent scandals including kalanick being caught on tape arguing with an Uber driver. We know that the board of directors have met. What are you hearing. They spent a number of hours meeting yesterday, robin. This is a company in crisis at this moment and this really start the earlier in the year when a former employee, engineer Susan fowler wrote a blog post describing ramp apartment sexism and sexual harassment at the company talking about superiors who were tote atlee crossing the line and a company that looked the other way. The suggests yesterday were about what to do and what this company does as it moves forward. Uber stood beside their CEO despite his missteps but what could happen if they part ways. As robin said, Michael, at the beginning there's a question now about his future inside of this company and that question has been taken somewhat slightly to the internet where there is a website now called is Travis still ceo.com. It says right now if you check it this morning, yes, for now. The question is how does this company move forward? Because the description of allegations right now really make it look like this is ramp apartment. He is the leader of this company. What happens next, that's the question they're discussing and we're going to get more details tomorrow. And, of course, we know he's gone through a lot of personal things with his mother and father being in an accident. His mother dying. We know that former attorney general Eric Holder has been tapped by Uber to look into these allegations that you have been talking about. So where does that stand? What we know is that all of these allegations Eric Holder has looked into, the board yesterday decided unanimously to vote and adopt all of the recommendations in the holder report. They're going to be released to employees tomorrow. And the question really is this company's culture going forward, from a driver experience, it might change things. The drivers who drive for Uber might see things change but from a rider experience, you might not see a big change but it's a big one coming for the company. Thank you, Rebecca. Now we turn to tonight's big basketball showdown. Golden state on the verge of winning it all. They're up 3-1 in the series against the Cleveland cavaliers who avoided a sweep with a 21-point blow-out Friday. Game five is kicking off in Oakland and ESPN's Bruce Bowen is joining us now and, Bruce, the Cavs, they showed some grit, seven technical fouls in the game so what is the strategy now? Just be physical? Make it a slugfest. What do you think? I like the strategy. They've tried other strategies. They tried to run with golden state. That didn't work. They came back home in game three and still tried to run with golden state. That didn't work. So now you're running out of options, Michael. You know that as a defensive player you got to bring some fight to the game. You got to bring that grit. This is an east coast style play. They're accustomed doing that. You have to try to effect Kevin Durant and his onslaught is the O only way. He has the eyebrow. We know the game is in Oakland tonight. I don't think that they wanted to go back to Cleveland, especially after what draymond green said about the Cavs' fans not being the sharpest I mean, come on. That can only get the other side fired up. Now, robin, I know you played basketball and you didn't want to give your opponents billboard material. That's what that is. They're talking about my city, they're talking about my fans, that's how Cleveland responds to it but I'll say this to you, draymond green owned up to every single word he said. It wasn't one of those someone hacked my account. I don't know how it happened. He owned up to it and when you have a player that focused he's the heart and soul of that group. When he can own up to those things it accepts a message to the other players, hey, we got to come out here and get things done. Obviously to make that statement he doesn't believe Cleveland can come back and win the series. No team has ever done it from being down 3-0. Do you think the cavaliers can shock the world and make history. I believe this, Michael, that if there's any team that can do it, it is the Cleveland cavaliers. Yes. When you have this team, this group they can reflect on last year, now, it will shock the world but will it be shocking if Lebron James happens to do something like this? This is a young man who went back home because he wanted to bring a championship to Cleveland and I must do it right now, Michael. Cleveland, this is for you! We can't top that. We can't top that. Bruce, thank you. Rebecca, thank you. One of the perks of being off the last two weeks being up late and watching the games. You can see game five tonight at 9:00 P.M. Coming up a health alert about anxiety.

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